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PwC GlobalVATOnline is an online subscription service. It provides up-to-date business critical information on VAT/GST rates, rules and requirements around the world to help you maintain control, mitigate risk and improve the overall effectiveness of your VAT/GST function.
GlobeSearch is where we provide you with access to comprehensive, business critical information on VAT/GST rates, rules and requirements in over 80 countries, across six continents: Europe (including all 28 EU member states), North America, South America, Asia, Australia and Africa. All information is regularly updated by PwC VAT/GST specialists who reside in the countries and is accompanied by extensive supporting documentation such as copies of return forms, links to useful websites (e.g. tax authority websites) and more.GlobeSearch
Our VAT news service helps you keep abreast of important VAT/GST and customs duty developments from over 120 countries across six continents - Europe (including all EU Member States), North America, South America, Asia, Australia and Africa. This includes commentaries on new legislative proposals and recently decided cases. Hyperlinks to related subjects, case law and official documentation are included. You also have the option of receiving our weekly newsletter direct to your email inbox summarising recent developments and newsflashes, which alert you to breaking developments as they happen.News
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This section contains a variety of tools and services aimed to ease the burden on Indirect Tax compliance functions. These include automation tools, reporting tools, filing tools, validation services and return and registration forms. Please use the drop down box below to see which tools and services are included in each subscription level.Tools
Congress approves digital imports rules from June 2020
- 04 November 2019
Mexico's Congress has approved the 2020 Budget proposal under which non-resident entities that provide digital services to Mexican recipients will be obliged to register and account for 16% local VAT on such supplies. The new provisions specifically include services such as the downloading of images, movies, text, videos, games, data storage, and online training, as well as mediation between unrelated parties for the acquisition of goods or services. A recipient will be considered as being located in Mexico if their domicile is in Mexico, payment is made through a national intermediary (bank), or if the IP address used in the electronic device receiving the services is located within Mexico. The new rules had been scheduled to take effect from 1 April 2020, but will now take effect from 1 June 2020.
Blockchain - Eliminating Fraud
- 02 December 2019
In the fourth of six blogs on Blockchain, Tom Birch discusses “eliminating fraud” and how blockchain could make the process even more resistant to fraud.